Classic Sci-Fi Star Systems Keep Getting Ruined by Science

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Classic Sci-Fi Star Systems Keep Getting Ruined by Science

Message par jerome » mar. juil. 24, 2018 9:08 pm

Un article passionnant à lire ici
There are a lot of SF novels, particularly ones of a certain vintage, that feature that particular set of stars. If one is of that vintage (as I am), Alpha Centauri, Epsilon Indi, Epsilon Eridani, Procyon, and Tau Ceti are old friends, familiar faces about whom one might comment favourably when it turns out, for example, that they are orbited by a pair of brown dwarfs or feature an unusually well-stocked Oort cloud. “What splendid asteroid belts Epsilon Eridani has,” one might observe loudly, in the confident tone of a person who never has any trouble finding a seat by themselves on the bus.
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